After visiting the Milan Cathedral, we wandered through the busy, graffitied streets of Milan, Italy and stumbled upon the remains of a Romanesque church built in the 5th Century.  All but this partial portion of a wall was demolished in 1949 in order to accommodate a growing city and additional roads.

Old and New copy

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  1. It’s a shame that they partially destroyed those beauties

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  2. Excellent contrast shown in this image. Thank you for sharing 🙂

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  3. beautifully captured – the old and the new!!!

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  4. Holy smokes that cool looking! Haha!

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